Darren Sweeper is the Social Sciences Librarian/ Associate Professor at Seton Hall University in South Orange, NJ. His research primarily focuses on issues of race, gender and income in the Library and Information Science field.   He is currently conducting research in the development of black education in America and the Montessori Method of schooling as it relates to African-American children. Darren has a B.S. in Criminal Justice & Sociology and dual master’s degrees in Political Science & Library and Information Science from Rutgers University.


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